He's My Sunny Boy

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"He's My Sunny Boy"
Song by Diana Ross & the Supremes from the album Love Child
Released November 1968; October 1969 (B-side for "Someday We'll Be Together")
Recorded Summer 1968
Genre Funk, R&B, pop
Length 2:22
Label Motown
Writer Smokey Robinson
Producer Smokey Robinson
Love Child track listing
"Some Things You Never Get Used To"
(6)
"He's My Sunny Boy"
(7)
"You've Been So Wonderful to Me"
(8)
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"He's My Sunny Boy" is a song performed by Diana Ross & the Supremes, written and produced by Smokey Robinson. Originally, the composition was released on the group's 1968 album, Love Child and later as a b-side on the Supremes' final single to feature Diana Ross, "Someday We'll Be Together." The song is notable for being one of few releases during the late 1960s to feature the entire ensemble group as opposed to session singers The Andantes, who regularly filled in for Wilson and Birdsong on recordings after the departure of Florence Ballard.

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  1. ^ Strong, Martin Charles; John Peel (2004). The Great Rock Discography. Edinburgh: Canongate Books. p. 1495. ISBN 1-84195-615-5. 

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